Deep Soul Record Label

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Deep Soul record label was a UK subsidiary of Soul City records and only had a hand full of releases from 1969/70. All are now rare and sell from between £40 to £50 in mint condition.

DS 9101 I Still Love You / If I Ever Needed Love  Jean Stanbeck
DS 9102 Appreciation / Giving Up Adlibs
DS 9103 And Black Is Beautiful / Faith Within  Nickie Lee
DS 9104 Somebody New / Bushfire Emotions
DS 9105 A Love That Never Grows Old / Who Can I Turn To Jimmy & Louis Tig
DS 9106 At The Dark End Of The Street / 100 Years Ago Roy Hamilton
Ace records have resurrected the Deep Soul record label in 2016, with the approval of Dave Godin, David Nathan and Robert Blackmore, the imprint they ran in the 60s. The label will continue to champion deep soul sides, bringing them to the public's attention and making them available to fans who may have missed their original issue. The first issue is You Got Me - Jaibi  /  Gotta Find A Way  The Hesitations

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